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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 28 January 1897

V B M k w I J Is A i f rv l r kn i f u 1 li r h 4 h j VI j KcTl il I tf A f a r - - A LAVvTEJft TESTIFIES HOODS SARSAPARILLA PURIFIES AND ENRICHES THE BLOOD Always Accomplinhcs tbe Iesnta for Vrhicli It Io Intended A lawyer certainly understands the Value of testimony in establishing a fact The letters written by those who have been cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla have over and over again proved the case for this great medicine This testimony lias shown so many times that Hoods Sarsaparilla cures when all other medicines fail that Hoods Sar saparilla is entitled to the verdict The One True Blood Purifier P M Bu chanan Esq Rochester Intl has been indue practice of law since 1SS3 and is well known at the Fulton County bar He says We have taken several bottles or Hoods Sansnparilla in our family dur ing the past year and have been very much pleased with its results I have taken it as a blood purifier and my wife has used it for the same purpose When ever we feel badly we resort to Hoods Sa...

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 — 28 January 1897

h f I- 1 u i I I i J i i i r lSFTl - rr J MONA The c THE VALENTINE BUOCRAT UOCEBSCtTO CHERRY COUNTY IK3I9SSDENT jjBOBEST SOOD Tftito r and Pnolister Officii Paper rfcrry rtELIBH D EVEBY THURSDAY Bntaeod at Ive Fostofice at Valentine Cherry connty Nebra jka as -Second-class matter This paper wiK be mailed regularly to ita subscrioerc until a definite order io discontinue is received ae all ar rears are paid m full centsper inch per contti Kates per column or for long time ads made known appli cation to ihisaffiee TWELFTII JilUTHSA F With this is sue TH Democrat en ters upon the twelftbyear of its exist ence TUe paper was started in 1885 under the name of the Wimonatic BtoaVby O Finfc He was lollowed by H R Bisbee who was in turn succeeded by J P Wood After tins the name was changed to The Oa isette and was run by various parties luotill892 when J JL Harris chased the paper trod changed the name to Cherry Comity Independent The present proprietor and name was itvUast April and the pap...

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 — 4 February 1897

JK - W H mTTI VOL XII THIS AND THAT Comlrw Event School Houso Bond Election eb 5 8t Valontlnes Day Feb 14 A O I W 8uppsr Feb 22 Washingtons Blrthday Feb 52 k south of townthe first W Valentines at Morays 2 School bond election February 5 Vote to increase school facilities Moiey has a nice selection of valen tines 2 Howard Layport wag in town a few days this week Valentines from one cent up to 150 each at Moreya 2 Opposition to the school house bonds seems to have almost died out Waxted Fresh milch cow at lice Jinquire at xne iononer Vote to reduce doctor bills and pre lerve the health of your children hv The ground hog saw nis snaaow n he came to the surface Tuesday Mrs T C Hornby went to Chadron Saturday night to visit her parents Dr Evans was called to Cody on professional visit yesterday evening a Pete Peterson returned from Dead 1 wood Sunday morning after a months stay The little child of Robert Morgan of north of Cody is seriously ill of pneu monia Wm Taylor is driving P F Sim...

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 — 4 February 1897

i V 1 ii f 5- v h ft fzhntine emocrxt SUCCESSOR- TO OHKRRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA Value the frimdshlp of him who Btands by you in the storm swarms of Insects will surround you in sunshine A -Virginia woman named Susan Smith has been elected sheriff It is pretty safe to wager that when she is sues an attachment she will get the man she goes after According to the naturalists there are 366000 distinct species of animals liv ing at the present time The mammals number 2500 birds 12500 fishes 12000 mollusks 50000 and insects 230000 A Kentucky scientist -claims to have een a spot on the sun GS000 miles long He probably can see equally queer things also -by looting at the moon It all depends on the glass -that is used It 5s aiot what -we -read but what we remember that makes us learned It is not what we intend but what we do that makes us useful It is -not a few faint wishes but a lifelong -struggle that makes us valiant Chicago Times Herald A M...

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 — 4 February 1897

A Mi W V w ii T J X n it E h GOEGEJ BUT GREEDY X 1 ALLEGED NEED FOR HIGH TAR IFF IS ALL HUMBUG Under Normal Conditions the Present Law Is Sufficient Instructive Fig nrca from Statement of Foreign Trade Republicans Degenerated The Main Object The organs of Republicanism are con tinually asserting that the main object of the bill which Mr Dingleys com mittee is hatching is to supply more revenue if they are sincere why is it that they either ignore or dismiss with a sneering line a bill recently introduced in the House by Representative Goodwyn of Alabama The bill is a short one It provides simply for doubling the pres ent tax on beer and other fermented liquors There is nothing elaborate about it There is no reason why there should be It is so plain that anybody can under stand it and it requires no new ma chinery and no additional officer or em ploye for the collection of the increased tax Even at the increased rate the tax would be far lighter than that on dis tilled spirits This b...

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 — 4 February 1897

I 4 rf 4 U i m I1 1 j i Y if 3 Ski 1 m iSwU i m Tif f r wt THIS TOE WORLD INTELLIGENCE FROM ALL - PARTS GEO TAILOR CAUGHT KELP MURDER THE MEEKS FAM ILY m MISSOURI Escaped from Jail While Under Sentence to Hang Crime One of the Most Brutal in the History of the -State Meeks Murderer Caught George Taylor wanted in Carroll County Ho for themurder of Gus Meeks family Is believed to be under arrest at Hanford 3al He -was identified by BF Lane a -Witness against him on his trial in Mis souri Taylor refuses to talk The murder of the Meeks was one of the atrocious Crimes ever committed in Missouri Oathe morning of May 11 1894 the people of Browning Linn County were startled by the discovery of the bodies of Gus Meeks bis -wife and two small children in a straw stackinGeorge E Tay iorscorn field lourmiles southeast of that place Nellie Meeks aged 8 years who ad been struck on the head and left for dead recovered -consciousness early in the morning and she told the story of the rime George Ta...

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 — 4 February 1897

a 1 I i J B 5 i i IS i I J W h v unnoiML uiHtuiUKT STATE Pernor BIJas A Holcomb lieutenant Governor James E Harris 6crfetafyoI State W F Porter- jCreaiurer JNMeservei Auditor John F Cornell Cora Lands and Bulldlngii Jacob V Wolfe Attorney General Constantlne J 8mvth Supt Public Instruction W It Jackson flEAHadley ScojW ICW KaleymRed Cloud Eegents University BajsrtlnsWaketld I ChasWetotfHajr 8pg I H L G oold Osratall a ICH Morrill iSncoln1 CONGRESSIONAL 8enators Win V Allen jMadlson John M Thurston Omaha Rspresentatives First District Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second D H Mercer Omaha Third JeoDMeIklejphnFullerton Fourth E J Hai ner Aurora Fifth Win It Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kem Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Tolk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Kinkaid OVNcllI W H Westover RuBhvillc LEGISLATIVE 0 Representative Fifty second District OP Billings Nordcn Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Spriagvlew LAND OFFICE Begister C R Glover ...

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 — 4 February 1897

m 1 1 WINTER JOYS When the window pane is crusted With i fairyland of snow And the -wizard Of the blizzard Has shut off his biting blow When the mornings gold has busted Like a billow on the swamp From my cozy Rosy posy Uest I fly with Persian pomp Oh my spirits bright and sunny And joys echoes in me wake When I pour the shining honey On the Buckwheat cake Oh the frosty air is bitter And the poodles eyeballs shine And the chicken Zero stricken Roosts upon the horses spine Oh the snowdrifts gleam and glitter JVith a gleaming glaring glit And the sparrow To his marrow JBy old Bqreas is hit Yet I listen to him chirrup In the bramble and the brake While I pour the maple syrup - On the - Buckwheat cake Oh I watch the dumpy possum As he wags his tail in glee While hes rooting Or a scooting To escape the fricassee With his nose a frozen blossom Doth the small boy now appear At the gateway And he straightway Moulds of snow the deadly sphere And I see the man who passes On his ear that snowb...

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 — 4 February 1897

V n i i s x Harvester History In Short Ogle cut pram with a dropper in 1822 Bell made a header in 1S20 and market ed it many years Randall in 1833 operated a machine having a reel platform divider cutting apparatus and all essential parts Hussey built and patented the game year a machine Its principles have never been departed from it is still used in t Europe as he built it He later applied Ogles reel With but three years to run his open guard patent sold for 300000 McCormick claims to have experiment ed in 1831 patented a push machine in 1834 strapping the push tongue to the horses backs experimented again in 1839 cold a machine in 1841 licensed under Husseys patent at the end of a law suit The predecessors of the Deering Com pany patented a Marsh harvester in 1858 perfected it and put it on the market broke up the trade of reaper manufactur ers who then began building Marsh har vesters in 1875 Deering used doubly ad justable reel in 1875 was followed two or three years later Deer...

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 — 4 February 1897

- MBWBWBrwraaSJs PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at t he Post office at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subtcribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch per month Rates per column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this office AChicago brewery which wan as sessed -25000 for tho Hanna corrup tion fond recently failed with liabili ties of about 600000 The Indiana legislature proposes to tax every man who wears a beard If such a law should be enacted in Ne braska the editor would surely have to lose his beautifiers Answer to Correspondent Yes Che legislature might -adjourn at the end of 60 days and one of our statolBcials might resign but sporting men are notjbettingvery heavily on either svent Wfcen the people have no money to buy protected goods we dont see how protective tariff is going to bring in the government expen...

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 — 11 February 1897

9 m tf J in i Itt H r ft n N 1 1 hi LV Vt x K hA THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT A VOL XEI THIS AND THAT Com ina Events farmers Meeting Feb 13 St Valeutlnes Day Feb 14 Wacbipi Ciub Dsuice Fi 17 A O L W Supper Feb 22 Washingtons Blrthdav Feb 22 District Court March 22 Jlastcr Sunday April 18 Valentines at Moreys 2 i Valentine business men paySaxes Valentine business men are faere to stay Morey has a nice selection -of valen tines 2 Buy of business men younow to be honest Frank Mogle of Cody was in town JMonday Whats the matter with this for weather E McDonald returned to Crookston Tuesday W Honey was up from Wood Lake Saturday Valentine business men are not pretenders Jas Childers came down from Cody Saturdey afternoon Valentines from one cent up to 1150 each at Moreys 2 Money spent with Valentine busi ness men remains at home Daniel Fowler was over from- the artesian well again Sunday JG Young of Omaha coffin sales man was in town Tuesday Dr Winder of Rosebud has been quite ill for several d...

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 — 11 February 1897

the dentine democrat SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT J3 GOOD - Editor PboP VALENTINE NEBRASKA Kentuckys popular upnmng nas ceas ed Probably they ran out of lynching material A dangerous counterfeit 20 silver certificate has been discovered but the average citizen doesnt know how It was done Sam Jones says there are 200000 sin ners in Boston If that statement Is correct Boston doesnt deserve to rank as a city of the first grade In Solomon Mo a solid silver pitcher is to be voted to the best husband by popular ballot We cannot guess who will get It of course but It is very cer tain that the gentleman is dead An Ohio woman is In St Louis look ing for a man who described himself to her in a letter as ten feet tall He prob ably Is some fellow who thinks he has a cinch on a federal appointment A hot headed Virginian who sent a challenge to an adversary to meet himi In mortal combat was dragged before a justice of the peace and fined 250 There isnt enough of the code left to ...

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 — 11 February 1897

il Jv l kV va X K KBtf i s arousr pco asTicu ztf eAv Matj at cnwjzuJfr VUyfio nC u pfu C0ichGQ fan fovCZJ rfpfiG sJL ZaVj C4 0S jst aJU4ZZt2 ctctZm tw G4AUft7k eaf r - usit cm ho- r wob I 1 T N 1 IIP I II V I t i 1 1- fiT1 - Theyre talking nowadays right smart about the great Napoleon said Uncle Dan but when tother day the boys asked me who I thought the greatest man I says I dont know Theres Wash ington an Alexander an Napoleon an lots of others but my way of thinkin Old Abe Lincoln is ahead of em all Greatness isnt jest a bein stern and olemn like Now Uncle Abraham could hoe his row with any of em argyin an yet some way he had the swing of them -old prophets That struck me wnen tne war broke out an afore I knew it I caucht the fever carried coal oil lamps -around with the rest of the crowd got howlin about John Browns body molder ing in the ground and By Jinks says I Til jine Of course Billy must stay at home to plow and sow and make the corn and hay Hed just turned fifteen but as...

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 — 11 February 1897

ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD WEYLEBS CLOSE CALL HORSE SHOT FROM UNDER HIM IN THE FIELD Captain Generals Recall May Be Expected tat Any Time May Save Duestrow from the Hangmans Noose Other Items Close Call for Weyler The reform decrees have not been pub lished In Havana as yet Gen Weyler re mains in the field He is reported to be in Santa Clara He is said to have been am bushed on the outskirts of the town and it is reported that his horse was shot under him and he fell injuring his shoulder slightly He has accomplished nothing and is expected back soon It is said that lie sent orders to withhold the announce ment of reforms until he is ready to pub lish them because Madrid did not consult him about them The revolutionists were never more active than now Several trains have just been blown up in Pinar del Rio province Towns are sacked nightly in Havana and Matanzas provinces Raids are frequent in Santa Clara The Cubans control Santiago outside the city Gen Calixt...

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 — 11 February 1897

i h I K V w y OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 8TTE governor Silas A Holcomb Xlcutcnant Governor James E Harrii Secretary of State WF Porter v treasurer JNMeserve auditor JohnF Cornell Cora Lands and Bulldlngii Jacob V Wolte Attorney General ConstantineJ Bmvth Bupt Public Instruction W R Jackson fKAHadley Scojla Regents University I u w uioua Shos Rawlins Wakglld I Chas Wei ton Hay Bpw I H L CooIdOraialla LCH Morrill Lincoln COKGRKSSIONAL 8enators Wm V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha RspresentatI ves First District Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second D H Mercer Omaha Third Geo I Meiklejohn Fullerton Fourth E J Hai rifr Aurora Fifth Wm K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kem Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Hnrrisonand Folk associates Fifteentlr Judicial District M P Kinkaid ONeill WH Westover Rushvllle LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District O P Billlncs Norden Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Springview LAND OFFICE RecIsUr O R Glover Longplne Receiver J A Fike Newp...

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 — 11 February 1897

i Tii HIS REVENGE ifcCV ZJ M S RATAGER had met -ii nn npHrient Steaming X JL nn channel during the night she had collided with a bark out from and though no one could quite tell how the mishap occurred it was per fectly clear that the bark had gone down and that the ram of the warship condition H M S was in a damaged Ravager was accordingly put into dry dock for repairs As very often happens at this place where the vessel was docked convicts were at work upon the quays They were a mixed lot but being men they all enjoyed a greater rreedom of action in the discharge of their duties than is ordinarily extend ed to the enforced working guests of the nation Yet notwithstanding this unspoken testimony to their compara tive worth the commander of the Rav ager was less disposed than usual to jplace trust in them He was in a humor for that little affair with ithe bark was not unlikely to interfere twith his promotion There would be an inquiry of course and what Chris tian ever could tell wh...

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 — 11 February 1897

5 t j ia v ll m V HALLS Vegetable Sicilian HAIR RENEWER Beautifies and restores Gray Hatr to its original color and vitality prevents baldness cures itching and dandruff A fine hair dressing E P Hall Co Props Nashua N Ht Sold by all Druggists Didnt Want Manual Taaininjr Whjrtain your opinion ob dis man ual trahalng dey talk ob introjuclng Into our schools Uncle Samson in quired Marc Antony Washington -In a respectful tone of his nearest neigh bor I havent glbben de subject de full benefits ob de probnostlcatlons ob ray mind yet sah replied Uncle Samson promptly though a close observer might hare noticed a puzzled look on his sablfe countenance at the moment he heard his neighbors question but on de -whole I dont approve of it Is dat so said Mr Washington In evident surprise now I thought youd be righ down pleased to have your Louisas Joshua get dat manual train ing No sah said Uncle Samson grow ing secure in his own mind as he went on not so long as his maw and me is niive 1 dont ap...

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 — 11 February 1897

i wirtHWffllli VKXfW gflhltiMM WE Vatf Vi WA ffFv7tiT JM nfT JH X NtH M9m y wm T P2f vk I II ft xjfcLKJ THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SuccEasou TO Cherry goimy independent 0ET GOOD Editor and Publisher tftrjficlal Paper of Clierry Coun ty Nebraska 10 Xer Year in Advance rUULliiHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at thelost office atValrnline Cherry fooculy Nebraska as Secontf claas matter This papcrWill be hiailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Advern3iug rates 50 cents per inch per month Hates per column or for long tiineads made known n appli cation to this office Cherry county needs a Court House The Meridian Idaho Sun aud Springview Herald are indulging du a tfight at Ion rr r11Tfi a The Chadron Signal Kecbrdsr -shows a marked -tie terioriation in both quan tity andquality of news and editorial matter during A E Sheldons absence lit Tjincoln A bill hes been introduced in the state legislature raising the -age of 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 — 18 February 1897

r vJ ijV 1 M J JL r FTTR VOL XII THIS AND THAT Comina Events Farmers Meeting -Feb 20 A O 0 W 8upper Fcb 22 Washingtons ulrthdav Feb 22 Leut Degltis March 9 Assessors meeting March 1C County Commissioner March 16 St Iatrickg Day March 17 District Court March 23 faster Sunday April 18 Sign the petition Gut prices on childrens coats at McDonalds 4 Dont forget the farmers meeting next Saturday- For Rent Good farm Enqurre xf G H Qtimith 4 Chadrortfs steam laundry burned to the ground last week J H -Quigley returned yestordayi rom his -ranch at Cody Charley Strickland was over from the reservation this week Hon Frank E ithluutner wria down from ifiilgore jesteiday Oneof G P Crabbs little chiren faas been quite ill this week J JL Fike visited Newport Sunday to look after his farm interests Valentine business men buy -only good goods and aim to mal e butfair profit If you want a cushion call at 31c Donalds and -learn how to get one easily 3 W 8 Hatton living northwest of Crookston was in to...

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 — 18 February 1897

0ib jfalentine emacrnt SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA The trouble with most good fel lows is tli at they are not good for much of anything else It seems that Queen Victoria still ees the necessity for a distinction be tween my lords and gentlemen The man who built the first house m Chicago is still alive So is the first river that was ever built through Chi cago The bubonic plague has now assumed fts worst form The eminent scientists are consuming pages of newspaper space In quarreling about what it really Is Two Brooklyn boys who started out to kill Indians were arrested before they succeeded in leaving -town Tam many evidently has had a narrow es cape Jake Schaefer the billiardist fell off a Chicago street car and permanently injured theorist of his cue arm and Is now suing for 100000 damages Its a stiff prize but it is also a stiff wrist Louisianas latest refinement of cru elty is to compel negroes to engage in a fight to a f...

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